Casino Growth Apparently No Gamble in S.D. County

Graves, Brad
January 2006
San Diego Business Journal;1/2/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p19
The article looks at the trends in Indian gaming in San Diego, California. The casino industry and its auxiliary businesses will continue to grow in 2006. American Indian tribes with reservations in San Diego County are planning to build a casino in Imperial County. However, there are still debates over several gaming-related issues at the federal, state and local levels.


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